Businesses fail to educate staff on security

Friday, 9 March 2007, 1:18 AM EST

Most businesses feel the end user is more culpable than the employer for a security breach, according to research by vendor McAfee.

Some 55 per cent of respondents feel an employee should be held responsible for a personal email that spreads a virus on the company network. Similarly a stolen laptop is also seen as the responsibility of the employee by 67 per cent of those surveyed.

At vnunet.

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